World Class
Thoroughbred services

We offer a range of services including sales prep, boarding, bloodstock consultation, and our stallions

Our Stallions

Moretti

2024 FEE: $5,000 S&N

Sold for $900,000 in FT Saratoga Yearling Sale

Total Earnings of $367,250

Out of G1 Winner RIGOLETTA, half-brother to Breeders’ Cup Champion BATTLE OF MIDWAY

Irish Surf

2024 FEE: $5,000 S&N

Total Earnings of $278,945 

Bred by Three-Time Leading Sire GIANT’S CAUSEWAY over MR. PROSPECTOR on the dam side, same as 2021 Leading Second Crop Sire NOT THIS TIME, Leading Sire SHAMARDAL, etc.

Nero

2024 FEE: $5,000 S&N

Sold for $950,000 in FT Saratoga Yearling Sale

Total Earnings of $273,770

“A talented and versatile sprinter/miler, Nero is one of the fastest sons of notable sire and sire of sires, Pioneerof the Nile. From a prolific black-type family, he is bred on a very similar cross to American Pharoah.” Alan Porter

Success Stories

Battle of Midway

Smart Strike – Rigoletta, by Concerto
Born 2014, entered stud at Winstar Farm in 2018

  • Out of G1 Winner RIGOLETTA
  • Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile (G1) Winner
  • Fastest 3YO Ragozin of 2017
    TDN Rising Star in debut; last G1- winning millionaire by Smart Strike
  • 16 Starts | 5 Wins (3 SW) | 2 (2) | 2 (2) | Lifetime Earnings of $1,249,949
  • Sold for $410,000 at the Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Select Sale

Klimt

Quality Road – Inventive, by Dixie Union
Born 2014, entered stud at Darby Dan in 2018

  • G1-winning son of QUALITY ROAD.
  • Won Del Mar Futurity (G1) by 4 1/4L & Best Pal S. (G2) by 2 3/4L
  • TDN Rising Star after SA Maiden Special Weight win
  • 8 Starts | 3 Wins (2 SW) | 2 (2 SP) | 1 (1 SP) | Lifetime Earnings of $468,960
  • Sold for $140,000 as a Fasig-Tipton July Yearling and would eventually go on to be a $435,000 OBS 2-year-old grad

Street Sense

Street Cry (IRE) – Bedazzle, by Dixieland Band
Born in 2004, entered stud in 2008 and currently standing at Darley (KY)

  • First post-Japan crop includes
    • G1 Los Al Futurity winner McKinzie &
    • G2 Nashua winner Avery Island
      Record $1M weanling at FT Nov ’17
  • Sire of six G1 winners on dirt in five years
  • Eclipse Award 2006 Champion 2 Year Old Colt
  • Multiple Graded Stakes Winner
  • Winner of 2007 G1 Kentucky Derby, 2nd in the 2007 G1 Preakness Stakes
  • Winner of 2006 G1 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile
  • 13 Starts | 6 Wins (5 SW) | 4 (3 SP) | 2 (2 SP) | Lifetime Earnings of $4,383,200

Ocean Knight

Curlin – Ocean Goddess, by Stormy Atlantic
Born 2013, entered stud at Get Away Farm (FL) in 2018

  • Winner of the G3 Sam F. Davis Stakes at Tampa Bay Downs
  • 3rd in the G2 Kelso Handicap (Aqueduct) and G3 Discovery Handicap (Belmont)
  • $320,000 2YO at OBS March
  • 15 Starts | 4 Wins (1 SW) | 3 | 2 (2 SP) | Lifetime Earnings of $390,000
  • Sold for $320,000 as a 2-year-old in training

About
Chesapeake Farm

Established in 1986, Chesapeake Farm has become a household name amongst the top horsemen in the thoroughbred industry.

During its decades of operation, Chesapeake Farm clients have become accustomed to the very best care for their mares, sales horses and racing prospects. Horsemen have responded in kind, which has helped Chesapeake expand from a modest 120-acre facility with 30 stalls to a 400-acre facility that currently houses 100 stalls in six barns and six run-in sheds.

 

In the news

Photography courtesy of Benoit Photography (from the TDN)

Baffert on Chesapeake Grad Nero

Chesapeake graduate Nero broke his maiden in his second career start for trainer Bob Baffert. The Thoroughbred Daily News recently caught up with the Hall of Fame trainer on his plans for the son of Pioneerof the Nile

Read the article here

How Darby Dan Got Its Mojo Back

Chesapeake grad Klimt was featured in Bill Finley’s “How Darby Dan Got Its Mojo Back” in the Thoroughbred Daily News. The story highlights the recent success and resurgence of the historic Darby Dan Farm, and contributes much of that success to owner John Phillips and the terrific roster of stallions.

Read the article here

Battle of Midway

Chesapeake Grad Battle of Midway Retires to Winstar

It has been announced by the Thoroughbred Daily News that G1 Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile winner and Chesapeake grad Battle of Midway has been retired to take up stud duty in 2018 at WinStar Farm. He will stand for $20,000.

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